Set 1: d1t01 - Iko Iko d1t02 - Minglewood Blues d1t03 - Peggy-O d1t04 - Mama Tried -> d1t05 - Mexicali Blues d1t06 - Bird Song d1t07 - C C Rider d1t08 - Tennessee Jed -> d1t09 - Looks Like Rain -> d1t10 - Deal
Set 2: d2t01 - Man Smart (Woman Smarter) -> d2t02 - Sugaree d2t03 - Estimated Prophet -> d2t04 - Uncle John's Band -> d2t05 - Drums -> d3t01 - Space -> d3t02 - The Other One -> d3t03 - Stella Blue -> d3t04 - Sugar Magnolia
The AUD patches on the original source were not pitch corrected, so I downloaded the AUD from archive (shnid 9508) and did the pitch correction, then redid the patches in CE Pro. The patches were pitch corrected to match the SBD, the Satisfaction encore was pitch corrected to match the electronic keyboard on my laptop.
January 8, 2016 Subject:
Sugaree in the second set is generally rare, and even more so post 1978.
Iko Iko was holy grail at this time. We knew it was played, so it wasn't like Dark Star. You thought you heard Iko in the first few notes of every Man Smart (Woman Smarter), making for a sort of a let down when it wasn't. Probably clouds my opinion of MS(WS) to this day...
December 1, 2015 Subject:
a good sugaree for the period, ie longer,extra good guitar break. not the 16-18 minute monumental sugarees that 1st started in spring of 77 and continued sporadically from 78-1983,84. the last being at either Lake Placid or Niagra Falls. The great one from 83 was the spring of 83 maine 18 minute extravaganza.
good stella for the period. nice intro(also extended intro)good outro not up to the late 78(winterland 10/78) and a few 79 versions but one of the good ones for 82.
the SBD recording is relatively good for the period. relatively good mix, bass, vocals might be a tad 'hot' for my ears but much better than a lot of the 81/82 SBD's
I dont know what the other reviewer was referring to, short 1st set, 6 songs??? he could just scroll up and see it was a ten song 1st set. also at the time the Aiko-Iko opener was rare and 'exciting' for its time as it more commonly appeared out of space in 80/81/82. it also wasnt played too often in that era as opposed to the late 80's, 90's where it was played often as an opener, in the middle of 1st set etc
the previous nights Misszippi was lyrically bungled. At this point they played it rarely only 4 or 5 versions in 82 and didnt return until spring of 85 at Nassau coliseum.They were a 'treat' in 82 but dont compare to the spring 77 versions and Englishtown plus numerous 'hot' versions from late 77, 78 or even the better 1981 versions when it was played frequently.
April 12, 2014 Subject:
The show that turned me off.
I was at this show and it was my least favorite show I've been to. The firs set was very short only six songs. Then they took a 45 minute break. the second set looks impressive but the songs were just blah. Drums was the saving grace for this show. I wouldn't see another show until 3-23-95.